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J f L i S J Tfit RICHMOND CLIMAXt i3 y 37th YEAR RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1910 NUMBER 10 t WALL PAPER Your Youngster Will Kneel is- o up in of the flour that that delicious cake or pie ho so dearly loves Mothers who usoour Flour are suprised and delight ed at the heartiness of tho childrens and their from ills Try a sack yourself Tho will cat a lot more bat thats than buying medicine Burnside i Robinson Coal Lime Salt Cement Sand and Plaster Material Office and Warehouse on L N R R PHONE 142 RICHMOND busTnessBrick For Saleinelyfivopor cent of the nnd professional people will bo represent Wo have just burned two brick kiln cd in our Big Industrial Edition and and uo prepared to furnish good soli you desire to be with the and brick on application aid in boosting Richmond dont jou Moberly Cot Moberly K- yIm Convinced You Give Every Man a Square Deal The above compliment was paid us by a satisfied customer hence dont you believe there must be others of the same opinion lIn a town of less than four hundred peo pIe with fierce competion on all sides we have in eight years built up a Banking busi of over I 12500000 Resources Fc OhS B nkDr hint Li Ky E L Woods Pres W C Fish VPres W G Kemper Cashier O N Terrill Asst Cashier We Sell May Manton Patterns EachO Trie Right Way to get good work buy your paper from an to date Jne and get an uptodate paper hanger admiration produces bread Oblisquo appetites freedom ordinary children belter majority Brick ness The CourtHouse Lobby Extracts From Speech of Judge Benton at the Bar Association At tho recent session of the Kentucky State Bar Association Judge Bout on read a paper on tho Jury System Tin most important portions of tho paper related to tho number of challenges allowed defendants in criminal cases and to what Judgo Benton termed the Court House Lobby On these topics he mado the following suggestions After securing a qualified panel properjuryperemptory challenges la civil cases is a rational one but tho rule in felony cases reaches tho limit of absurdity starting with thirty men and a court can be run with twentyfour petit jurors about as conveniently as with thirty when tho Commonwealth has used five challenges and the defendant has con sumed fifteen only ten men or two less than a complete jury aro left This takes no account of those who aro properly challenged for cause This absurd rule makes it reasonably certain that a special veniro must bo ordered s anyimportantd expensive delay but delay is not the only nor tho most serious result Twentyfour or thirty men may fairly represent tho averago citizenship of the county but when a defendant who is charged with and is guilty of crime is permitted without assigning any cause to peremptorily order fifteen of the best of those men to stand aside the standard and average of tho jury is materially and rapidly reduced It is no secret in tho profession that the high quality men the ones that are always sought for the trial of high class civil cases are tho ones that aro first excused by tho defendant in a criminal case This proposition of making a a substantial reduction in tho number of challenges should need no elaborate argument to sustain it Certainly no good reason can bo offered why the State and tho defendant should not bo placed on exactly the sumo footing and why the same rule should not be applied in criminal cases that works so satisfactorily in civil cases Lot eighteen men constitute tho panel then let the State and the defcndent each beI permitted to strike three names tho list and lot tho remaining twelve compose tho jury When eighteen men have stood tho lest oj a rigid examina JCeelinglutcly no reason why a defendant should bo given a further right than a party to a civil case is allowed Let this rule be adopted and there will bo fewer complaints about tho miscarriage of justice in criminal cases The Legislature should bo given credit for taking one step in tho right direction on this question when in 1003 it attempted to reduce the number of challenges to ten but had its effort Phoo 912 WP BAXTERdefeated by a veto from the Governor When a proper jury has been secured the most important work in preserv ing the jury system in its purity is to see that no member of the jury is Im properly influenced It may bo a revelation to some members of the Bar Association to be told that in many of tho cities and counties of the State there are men because of some real or selfclaimcd power to influence tho action of juries whoso assistance in connection with jury trials is more eagerly sought by litigants than is tho aid of tho lawyers who actually try the cases Tho services of these men especially in desperate criminal cases demand a higher price than is usually paid the attorneys who represent tho defendant in court This statement is not intended as nor is it the ranting of a muckraker but it is a calm sober conviction the result of what has been regrettably observed in some of the best counties in tho State There is no name that so fitly applies- t tho men who engage in this nefarious business as that of Court House Lobby ists and no greater duty rests upon tho bench and the bar of the State than to promptly put such lobbyists out of business Tho countenancing of such practices by attorneys tho failure of the judges to severely condemn them and utter the most vigorous protest against such practices will make the effort to administer justice a prodigious farce disgrace the profession of law and bring courts and court proceedings into shameful disrepute The demand for the abolition of the jury system the just and severe criticism that finds expression when there are so many mistrials in criminal cases when crime goes unpunished because of frequent verdicts based not upon what publicly and openly occurs during the trial but which are secured by some hidden secret influence are chargeable not to the jury system but to tho abuses to which it is subjected and the chief of these abuses is that inflicted by the Court House Lobbyists This ovil originating and springing up in the larger cities of tho country has reached out until it now affects and contaminates the rural communi ties and it must be abatcTPor tho jury system will be destroyed before any other method of trying disputed questions of fact has been evolved that will oven to a reasonable degree take its place As a rule these Court Houso Lobbyists are men who aro in office or aro ex opinionIassert such influence by controlling the deliberations and actions of juries This evil cnn not bo overestimated To it and to the unreasonable provision of our law which permits tho defendant to challenge without cause fifteen of tho best men that confronted him as jurors is duo more than to any other cause or combination of causes tho too frequent miscarriages of justice in important criminal cases Mr Hugh C Weir recently pave somo startling statistics in Tho World Today Ho says that ten thousand persons aro murdered in this country every earshot strangled stabbed or beaten witha club or a sand bag Of tho murderers 2 in every 100 are punished Tho remaining OS escape absolutely free There are four and a half times as many murders for every million of our population today as there were twenty years ago The significant fact about it all is that the rest of the world docs not share these statistics Our increased wickedness is confined to our own borders In the march of civilization as applied to tho protection of public life and public property wo have fallen woefully behind Wo may lead the globe iomany things We assuredly lead it in crime In 05 per cent of tho homicides of Germany the guilty person is brought to justice In Spain tho number of convictions is 85 per cent of the total number of crimes In France it is 01 per cent In Italy 77 per cent In England 50 per cent Do those factswhen offset against our convictions in every 100 murdersexplain why our lawlessness is increasing why wo have more homicides every year than Italy Austria France Belgium Eng land Ireland Scotland Spain Hungary Holland and Germany combined Can it be that it was a premonition of tho advent of the Court House Lobbyists that caused Kiplin to explain We aro not ruled by murders but onlyby their friends A most effective means of ending this revel of crime this wanton and barbarous Ihedding of human blood and destruction of human life will be found in confining the defendant to three peremptory challenges in selecting a jury and in destroying the Court House Lobby The doing of the first will cripple tho power of the second Tho machinations of tho lobbyists begin as soon as tho list of jurors drawn for any particular term of court is made public and ho is most potent when he is called upon to aid in select the fifteen men most desirable to itIest to and exert his influence upon his personal friends and political ad herents ho has succeeded in getting selected for and retained on the jury There are two methods that will effectually rid any community of Court House Lobbyists Ono is to create a public sentiment that will not tolerate such practices The eyes of the substantial citizenship of the country must be opened wide to this corrupting prac tice and when once the interest of that citizenship is righteously aroused no litigant will daro accept the services of a lobbyists The members of the bar have it in their power to stop such practices Continued on Pago 4 Flying Maeliines A few years ago flying machines were hardly thought of nor was Scotts Emulsion in summer Now Scotts Emulsion is as much a sum meras a winter remedy Science did it AH DnzzW i PhoneWALL PAPER We Retire Go Carts We Sell Liquid Veneer fPPOwe reason why you will find the most luxurious bed in the r STEARNS Ie FOSTER MATTRESS that the natural springiness of the cotton magnifiedmany times by the Special Web Process ofmaking the felt layers We will explain this you more fully when you call Sixty Nights Free Trial 1050 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midsummer materials t t is superb We carry a full line of Novelties and you will make a mistake if yon dont visit our Drapery department Our stock includes everything to be found in an upto t date Dry Goods Store OWEN McKEE DRY GOODS COMPANYY- OU ARE WELCOME TO OUR REST ROOM Corner 1st Main The Richmond Climax fIERY THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO Incorporated A D MILLER EDITOR l PRESS and I PUBtlStERS lEAGUE FBICE 100 ERIN YEAR ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUG 10 10K Democratic Ticket Fon CONGRESS lION HARVEY HELM Of Lincoln County AnnouncementsFOR We are authorized to announce ELMEF DEATIIERAGK a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce NORGAN TAYLOR n candidate for Jailcro1NndIon- county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Very Important Tf you wish any copies of our Big Industrial Edition J to send to your friends or if you wish to increase the of copies you have rwnpmbers subscribed for please immediately as we only print the num ber actually sold and no extra ones Remember this edition will the finest ever published in Central Kentucky will be upon fine paper handsomely illustrated and contain about ione hundred and fifty hstori cal business educational religious and biographical articles of great value and interest and will undoubtedly picture Richmond and its many advantages in a manner never before attempted IN this issue of Tho Climax is pub lished in lull an excellent paper pro j pared by Judge J M Benton and read before the State Bar Association His subject The Court House Lobby is handled in a masterly manner and the article throughout is not only interest ing but of vital importance to all who believe in the punishment of crime and the release of the innocent Wo would exceedingly to have any one over look this splendid article which if adhered to will drive from our court rooms tho undesirable court house lobbyist vims is the season of tho year when r typhoid fever is more prevalent than any other Too much caro can not be exorcised in waging an active campaign- to have all premises in this city put in a sanitary condition and every citizen should cooperato in such work So far L very few cases ire reported in this im fmediate vicinity but it behooves every ono us to see to the cleaning of our premises and koeping them in sanitary condition ftTnK announcement of former Senator t James B MCreary that he will go after the Democratic nomination for Governor seems to the writer to lot all the other candidates out Tho man who was known as tho model gov ernor will be known as such again IV P Walton in Lexington Herald A German professor has decided that tho various branches of the human raco descended from four different varieties Xfipes Wo cling to the opinion how n tjver that the follow who rocks the boat Isa greatgrandson of some baboon- ITS aniillwind that blows no body good Gasoline fumes emitted by auto mobiles are said to be good to drive away mosquitos A Milwaukee Woman has been left 1100000 on condition that she marries StMfie reckless follow may bo Induced jte Gone her way THERK are two things that one canard logo shopping for even on hot dfs porch furniture and bathing suits Iris nothing but a sumsrer evwkwv for people to go somowhereraH imagine it kooofer thn at home As a matter of face it is gear Hy sUp- posed tftlte warm this tiiofyar TjMirorkl OUWt baiter ot with 011tC el wtM BloJdntw wwni M if jl tnh PdaN c 1 f- f11i F + rf Galfeo I A woman in a hobble skirt has all the beauty and grace of a sausage ALL the time is fly time since avia tion has become a cra- zePERSONALS atFordMiss Mary Terrill is visiting relatives in Winchester LexingtonlastMr and Mrs Jonas Rucker have been visiting in Lancaster Edwin Wines spent last week at Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs It O Lackey are at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Lee Soper has returned from Hot Springs Arkansas atCrabMiss Corolla Barnes is spending several weeks at Crab OrchardSprings Mrs John R Pates has returned from a visit to relatives in Midway JudgeGourloyMrs F A Bryson of Irvine spent the day with relatives here last week Mrs Sam Gordon of Nicholasville is visiting Mr and Mrs B Duke Gor don Miss TillieTribble has gone to Michi gan to spend the remainder of the sum mer Mr and Mrs Louis B Herrington left last week for a Northern and Eastern tripMrs Albert McKay of Macon Ga was a guest last week of Miss Van Greenleaf Joe Prewitt Chenault has returned from Lancaster whore ho visited Mr J E Elmore Mr It M Harris and family of Nicholasville have been visiting friends at Panola Mrs Nettie Boltz of Little Rock Ark visited Mrs G F Bradley last Monday BoggsleltSprings Lancaster Record Mr Arthur Taylor of Madison visited his sister Mrs It- T Sanders Mr and Mrs T R McCann of Tutwiler ltvn Miss are visiting relatives Dr D H Scanlon is spending his vacation in the mountains of Virginia and West Virginia Miss Lottie Mao McRoberts of Lan caster was a guest last week of Mrs C H Vaught Miss Emma White and neice Miss Russell White are sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs daughterElizabeth friends in Paris PittsburgPennGertrude Rymell Little Miss Florence Burnam was at home Friday afternoon to a number her friends and playmates Mrs Jennie Jones of Houston Texas is here for several weeks visit with her sister Mrs J C George Mrs Chas Collier of Middlesborn has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Burnsides Mrs Dean Logsdon of Hamilton Ohio is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Abiga Cur in the county Miss Laura Leo Combs of Pleasure ville visited her aunt Mrs S N Jolinslonc at Panola last week Mrs J Lackey and children and Mrs Carl Toddand children returning Satur day from a visit to relatives in Estill CyrusFoxof his nephew Thos Fox Jr Tuesday Mr Chas Sharp has returned to Louisville after a visit to his father Mr D F Sharp and family at Panola Mrs J B Stouffer left last week for Montreat N C where sue went as a delegate to the Missionary Conference Mr J P Todd who has been in the employe of the Richmond Electric Power Co has gono to his home in PennsylvaniaMisses Jlupard Dora Croppoivand Mr L E Jacobs of Lexington are the guests of Mr and MrsW B Wells at Union City Hon 0 L Searcy and daughter Miss Elizabeth and Miss Kate Covington aro in Chicago attending the National Knights Templar Conclave Mr and Mrs A B Faris will move early in the fall from Glyndon avenue to Oak street to the house how occupied by Mr and Mrs John Arnold The Beattyvllle Social Club entertain cd with a dance at Torrent for Miss CaryRiceA MScrivMl of Stetten Crap ic visiting his dniffcttr Mrs J Wfflfem Wagers on Third and Woodland nfce his son Harry 8crivHrt on N Seeoad streetMrs L G BR1aIJ ereettog a touri some home in the Baroawwoodf addition ad with her wHid sisters wJH move there as soea at same k oem pleted Ref 11Wu wife aNionMarvin of Mt have retunnd home slier a visit tollK al Me XinwBy at waep Dr mi riL LMifl1eU tarnMated IIul C9 Jfw sUialtre t IUlL L ass u u J tainlniUaloUwtagbssie nMtta Mu J A yen and baby of LoaUville Mm Mary BMiwUtlc ef Mt Surlfng Mid Mrs Minal Tyler of Atlanta Ga KiM Jan George hM rvinnied from a visit to Stonega Ya S4teaoopanied home by Mrs F D Gibson pf Appalohia and Mrs II P Young of Stoaega Va Miss Ellen Gibson Miller entertained with a beautiful lawn party Fridayafter noon Quite a number of her young friends were present aad a Sappy after noonwasspentbyiillDrCarlGrantofLoulsvhlle has leased the residence of T W L Vanmeter on Maple street and will takoxppssession at once Winchester Democrat Dr Grant married Miss Florrie Rayburn of this cityMrs M D Cofflold and Mrs C M Nelson of Birdville Ky have been visiting their mother Mrs J M Boon near Kingston Mrs Nelson left Monday for Lexington where she will visit her sister Yrs Emma Gibson Mr and Mrs John R Gibson and their guests Dr W A Young and wife loft Monday for a motor trip to Chicago go- Ing by Indianapolis and Lafayette Indiana They will return in two weeks by the way of Cincinnati Mr R J McKee and family have moved to the old Russell homo on West Main street which they have purchased Their handsome home on Woodland avenue has been bought by Mr Charley Terrill who is moving there Mrs Elmer Dcatherago is spending the week in Lexington with relatives and enjoying the fair She will return home Sunday accompanied by her daughter Mary Louise who has been making an extended visit in Ohio Mrs Jas F Oldham and daughter Mary of White Hall wore in Lexington Thursday and Friday enrouto to Petos ky Mich where they go to spend the remainder of the summer They were guests of Mrs W C Biggerstaff at 314 South Mill streotiLexington Herald Estill Herald Mrs W W Park of Kirksville is visiting Irvine relatives Little Hume and Wm Park wards of the Masonic Home who are spending their vacation with their grandparents Judge and Mrs W W Park at Kirks ville are now visiting Mr and Mrs B F Jacobs Miss Rebecca Barnes entertained at her home on the Barnes Mill Pike Saturday evening with a lawn party in honor of Mrs Kathleen Sims who is visiting her The yard was beautifully decorated with Japanese lanterns delightful refreshments wero served All present spent a very enjoyable eveningLexington Herald Dr and Mrs Rutherford Douglass and daughter Dru silL of Macon Ga are visiting the mother of Mrs Douglass Mrs Letcher who has taken a home in Lexington and with whom will be gathered this month her daughters who reside in separate states Dr Douzlass is the son of Revand Mrs Rutherford Douglass and iscounted one of the ablest and most eloquent of the preachers in the Southern Synod and under his ministration the First Presbyterian church at Macon has grown in membership and its congregation in power and influence Lexington Herald Mrs Samuel Ben nett entertained a house party of attrac tive children last week at their home on Woodland avenue for Mrs Bennetts son Master Dudley Bennett The party was a gay one and among the delightful amusements for them were parties to the Blue Grass Park theater parties to the Hippodrome and picture shows and many informal parties at home It was a very eventful week for the young people and all spent it most enjoyably The guests were Misses Isabel and Helen Bennett Eliso Smith Lucy Walker Curtis Bennett of Richmond and Frank Wilson of the county One of the most elaborate social func tions of recent years was the reception nightbytheir elegan suburban homo in honor of the members of their house party which includes the following guests Mr and Mrs R Hays Smith of San Francisco Mr Horace Kellogg of Geneva Switzerland Messrs Monroe and Nicholas Curtiss of Cleveland and Misses Mary Warfield and Fannie Cren shaw fof Richmond Va The Clay home is well adapted for entertaining and on this occasion was ablaze from roof to cellar The guests included over one hundred of Richmonds well known society people and those who engaged in the ever fascinating game of euchre numbered about eighty At the con clusion of the games an elaborate luncheon was served The ladies prize was won by Miss Marianne Collins the gen tlemans by Mr James Tribblo and the lone hand by Mrs Grady Kennedy of Covington Normal City Laundry tickets wanted by Mrs Maybello Nowsom Record Breaking Crowdat Crab Orchard Wo have been advised by the management of Crab Orchard Springs that there will be a fancy dross mask ball at the springs Thursday night Aug 11 and prizes will be given to the lady and gentleman wearing the most striking costume The decision will be made by secret ballot of tho audience There has been a record breaking crowd at the springs and as many as eighteen guests have been occupying four rooms owing to the inrush of guests There are fifty people or moro from this city guests at tho hotel and hundred and sixty are seated at the lone table three times a day tho din ing hall being kept open from morn ing until late evenings However this rush is diminishing and inquiring guests may secures accommodations at any time Address J B Willis Manager Crab Orchard Springs The contest closes Aug 27 had I will greatly appreciate your Normal City Laundry coupons if not pledged to others Mrs Ma belle Nowsom Whre Will The Tobacco Planters Be The men who are opposed to pooling burley tobacco ought to ask themselves whore they will be when the hopes of this pool disappear Every tobacco raiser will be at the mercy of one buyer and that buyer will be tho American Tobacco Company It must be manifest to tobacco raisers everywhere that their salvation dur ing the past five years has been in these pooling contracts For the first timo they have been able to bring the tobacco trust to terms II may be in deed we think it is true that this ad vantage has boon pushed somewhat too far that is that the price has been advanced to a point where the area of cultivation has been largely extended north of the Ohio ud west of thin Mississippi river- Nevertheless this enlarged area makes it all the wore necessary for the burley tobacco growers of Kentucky to stand together in their dealings with the trust and hot to be Deduced by theI fair but false pretenses of the agents of the trust in politics and in business It used tobe the boast of Kentuckians that they had a sense of fair play highly developed that ttwy pail their own way that they bore tkeir own bur dM6 that they were able to take care ejt themselves They asked favprs TwaMM ThVfe tile baete ec Ifce tobswwpoof Ttwy M Mi seekiaf iftwe s Ink jiistko fwpt the trust Tkeyare exacting jwtto And y t there arescores iwd hundreds of tobacco grower who we willing to Me UMM f m n in UMp make this igIIttK them witt the eootribute thin my wty Jot 4fcb movement Ta r1rardijIII 4RWup nAutii- 1Il awavMul psi iiiilIii i You Mag NeedltAsk your doctor abbut the wisdom of your keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house ready for colds coughs croup bronchitis If he says its all right then get a bottle of it at once Why not show a little foresight in such matters Early treatment early cure lAlJ Vo publish our formulas Wo bnnUb alcohol E from our xnedielnei 70110IMany a boy is called dull and stupid latyItor will tell you that an occasional dose greatdealMed bvthllZ C Ayer Co Lowell 2H WeekiOf Rico Arnolds great sweep out- Sole Dont forget that it closes Saturday night 1030 For Sale IThree nice building lots on Moberly Third and Fourth Sts Apply to E E McCann For Sale Two Oliver Typo writers also a lot of dental instruments Apply to Mrs V H Hobson Will nCt be Candidate for Jailer I told my friends when I was a candidate for jailer in the last primary election that I would not make tho race for jailer but once and I shall keep my word I will not bo a candidate for reelection But so many of my friends are requesting mo to become a candidate for sheriff that after further consideration of this question I may become a candidate for sheriff of Madi son County before the next democratic primary While I do not make this a public announcement for tho office at this early date but tho thoughtful consideration of every citizen toward my support if I shall decide to make the race will be most highly appreciat ed N B Jones 2x Ordinance Be it ordained by the Board of Council of the city of Richmond Ky that the following property owners bo and the same arc hereby ordered to construct and maintain concrete pavements curbing and guttering in front of their respective properties as hereinafter set- out and said pavements curbing am guttering shall be constructed as per specifications herein before adopted bj the Board of Council Mrs Sue Higgins and Robt N Terrill in front of their property respectively located on Second street Said pave mont shall be 5 foot wide and made on a grade furnished by Street Committee Said curb shall be 0 inches hick and shall extend from top of pavement to bottom uf gutter Said gutter shall be 15 inches wide and shall bo so connected to leakingTrustees in front of their property located on Second street and extending from intersection of Second street with tho driveway to said Institute to a point opposite the corner of Hancock lot Said pavement shall be 5 feet wide and on a grade fur nished by Street Committee Said curb shall be C inches thick and shall extend from top of pavement to bottom of gutter Said gutter shall be 15 inches wide and so joined to curb as to prevent leaking Mrs M P Jennings in front of her property on West Main street in Rich mond Ky running tho full length of same Said pavement shall be 5 feet byStreetbe 0 inches thick aad extend from top ol pavement to bottom of gutter Said gutter shall be 15 inches wide and shall be so joined to curb as to prevent leak ingVincent Boring heirs Bourbon Current and Mrs Fannie Xelson in front ol their respectivo properties located on East Main street in Richmond Ky running the full length of same Said pavement shall be 5 feet wide and made on a grade furnished by the Street Committee Said curb shall be inches thick and shall extend from top of pavement to bottom of gutter Said gutter shall be 15 inches wide and shall be so leakingTrustees C Wallace W T Adams Miss Pauline Smith P n Shackelford Mrs D M Bright R C Stockton Mrs Elizabeth Miller Trustees Christian Church Par sonage J E Grecnleaf Mrs George ColbyTaylorTrustees Baptist Church on front of their respective properties located on Lancaster Avenue Said pavement shall be 6 feet wide and run tho full length of said premises Said curbing shall bo 0 inches thick and shall extend from top of pavement to bottom of gutter Said gutter shall be 15 inches wide and shall bo joined to curbing as to prevent leak ing Trustees of First Presbyterian church in front of their property on Main street running the full length of same Said pavement shall be six feet wide and made on grade of W W Pigg and CO Wallace Said curbing shall be inches thick and shall extend from top of pave mont to bottom of gutter Said gutter shall be 15 inches wide and shall be so leakingMrsHeirs in front of their respective property on Second street running the full length of same Said pavement shall be six feet wido and shall be made on a trade furnished by Street Committee said curb shall be G inches thick atid shall extend from top of pavement to bottom of gutter Said gutter shall be 15 inches wide and shall be so joined to curb as to prevent leaking The above property owners and each of them are hereby ordered to construct and maintain concrete pavements curbing and guttering as herein above set- out and upon the failure or refusal of any of them to begin said work in a reasonable time after the passage and publication of this ordinance or as soon thereafter as the material can beob tamed and work performed then said City of Richmond will lot contract for such work and will enforco the lien against said property as provided bylaw Passed Auust 4 1010 Approved August 4 1910 MayorAttcsC Ordinance Bo it ordained by the Board of Council of Richmond Ky that tho following property owners bo and are hereby or ered to construct and maintain concrete pavements running along side and extending the full length of their respective property on Orchard street J toulfor Morris Kellar Wm II Walker Mrs WJ Collins Mr 8 J Ward ad Mrs E A Haager Said pavements shaH be 6 feet wMti and to be built on a CommitteePassed June 2 1910 MayorARemoving Dead Animal Jt1ltMWihe tMdlttJe tho owners hereof to emoveaDydead animal with in the eky ithn2L hours rom tine of death And on his or here aiiure or refusal jo do jMme he or she bait be Hoed not km than Uor more c ki M jud eIth t hour thai said Lniia IS nut city shall cunt- japsaaL offis MsyorIfls1 I Tnir Base Ball Games at Richmond r August Jt and J2 Lexington August Sand i t Paris Games at 330 p m Admission 25c i Went Lost Pert Paris 51 tb 630 Lexington 41 40 500 Frankfort 41 40 LOG RICHMOND L 1 41 41 QO Winchester 39 42 480 Shelbyvillo 32 52 380 Base Ball Wednesday the Pioneers f journeyed to Winchester and defeated the Hust hers 5 to The local boys secured eleven hits off Big Tony and tho Hustlers landed ten safe bingles off of Knox but the hits off tho latter were well scattered and at no time wore the Pioneers in danger of defeat The Pioneers won a pretty and fast game from Lexington Thursday at Pioneer Park tho scoro being 0 to 3 Yallandiugham and Allison did the our hoodoos the Sholbyvillo team defeated Richmond by the scoro of 2 to 1 and on Saturday administered a dose of whitewash 3 to 0 According to a decision of President Ussery of the Blue Grass League the game between Richmond and Winchester scheduled to have been played hereon July 4 is thrown out The gamo was forfeited by the umpire because Win chester team tailed to arrive on time the same being set for ten oclock and the Hustlers did not arrive until noon President Ussory decided that the Win chester team made every effort possible to reach thin grounds and that they failed only because of bad condition of the roads duo to severe rains which wore unforeseen the day before Space prevents us from using thin letter ox plaining the Presidents full reason for his decision but tho above explanation docs not seem to us to justify the throwing out of this game The Hustlers could have loft Winchester and made tho trip via Lexington and arrived hero in ample time for the game but instead of this they did not leave home until nine oclock or later and then selected a route that is dilli cult for automobiles under the most favorable circumstances By his decision in this matter wo fear President Ussery has set a dangerous precedent According to his ruling any team may hereafter make an attempt imaginary or otherwise to be on the grounds in time for scheduled games but if they are not the game may be thrown out mid played over on a date to be mutually agreed upon by the teams interested provided evidence showing that every human effort was made to reach the playing field on time Tho Lexington Herald has tho following to say concerning tho game played in that city Sunday Lexington and Richmond battled bravely and desperately for over two hours yesterday but wonderful pitching splendid infield work and diving catches in the outfield in fact the most spectacular playing League Park has entertained this year could not break a tie that hung relentlessly on after the third inning and Umpire Morton separated thin combatants at the end of tho thirteen unspccessful attempts of each side to batter the ramparts of the enemy Called off at the end of tho bakers dozen of rounds the eighteen tired warhorsos trotted off tho muddy field out of thin drizzling rain and the gathering darkness soon hid the clialkmarks on thin Scoreboard showing that each team had made one memorablestruggle alwaysinspiring the Colts to do their utmost at League Park then the visit ors do about the same Usually Rich mond wins from Lexington at Rich mond arid loses over here but the game on tho Lexington grounds is in nearly every case a good one All that have been played in the past could have been good ones and yet be surpassed by the contest yesterday Lexington will cross bats with the Pioneers in this city Thursday and Fri day Aug 11 and 12 In a double header at Shelbyville Monday tho Pioneers won one game and lost one Creager pitched both games for Richmond losing the last one on ac count of errors of his team mates An Experts Opinion 01 Skin DIs eases A prominent national expert on skin diseases whoso name you are familiar with says that in all his scientific expe rience ho has never found so hard a dis case to conquer as Eczema Yet he does not hesitate to recommend Zemo as a most successful remedy for the treatment of Eczema itching skin diseases dandruff pimples blackheads and all other diseases of the skin and scalp He says that not only do its curative quali ties mako it popular but also the fact that it is clean liquid remedy for exter nal use A great improvement over the old style greasy salves and lotions which are not only unpleasant to use but do not destroy the germ life that causes the disease Zemo draws the germs to the surface and destroys them leaving the skin clear and healthy Can be used freely on infants Henry L Perry will gladly supply those who call with a free sample bottle of Zemo and a booklet which explains in simple language all about skin diseases and how to cure youhomo elf with Zemo tf Lumber For Sale Barn bills and all kinds rough lumber in oak poplar and pine Tobacco sticks Poplar laths Write J A STEVENS W T HICKS tf Richmond Ky Js T FERRIELL- Real Estate Agent Oldham Buildi- ngRkhmoricl Ky Notice To Contractors An Builders Notice is hereby given that the Madi son County Board of Education willon SATURDAY AUGUST 13 1910 receive scaled bids for the erection of two one room school buildings one to be erected in Edonton Subdistrict No 0 of Educational Division No5 and the other to be erected in Slick Rock Sud district No S of Educational Division No Plans and specifications are in the hands of the County Superintendent ol Schools at his office in Richmond Ky where they may bo seen until 1 oclock Saturday August 13 at which time the contracts for the erection of the twi abovcd named houses will bo awarded to tho lowest and best responsible bidde or bidders A bond with good and approved sure for the performance of contracts will be required The County Board of Education reserves the right to reject any and all bids This 2nd day of August 1010 JO1UNOLAND Chairman of Madison County Board ol Education 2t NV WHITETh- e Old Reliable Dry Goods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now filling our shelves also a complete showing of c School Dress- Materials IWe carry a full line of Novelties and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed Our cash system of doing business enables us to gIve our custom- ersEspecially Low Prices We are always glad to have you call and inspect our goods 1 N V WHITE Main Sfreet below first RICHMOND The States Industrial Show Window 7000 Entries Last Yer 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 3OOOO In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME AT NIGHT EIGHTH ANNUAL s l91i RibbIkiAr NATIILO AMD HZ5- F Attrutls Upl4t MSus EXIIIBITAUEPrnNISTnWt WILl ra AMUUMEHT MtnUGTION PMNT low RAIUtOAO RATES Fs tihr w sjW uIIscts s LOUISVILLE1 n H BuyA I Standard Rotary Sewing TVI acti In ekri37i 1 17 7aw7d t Cash or Easy Payments 1 3 1 LUMANANDHIGGINS 21 Furniture Carpets and Stoves Opposite Hotel Glyndon v Main 5tfdet Headquarters for Sewing Machines and 5uppliesall makes Notice Creditors All persons having claims against tho firm of Golden and Flora are re quested to file same properly proven as required by lay on or before Sept 1 1910 or same will be barred 4t C H Pigg Assignee For Sale Two No I Poland Chinaboars weight about 135 to 150 tf Roy C Whit- eMigthan Fi1g ktittc THE HILL Next Session Opens Sept 13 10 FOR CATALOGS ADDRESS J B CASSIDAY RICHMOND KY Free Sample ForBabys Ills Something can and must be done for the puny crying baby for the child that refuses to eat and is rest less in its sleep And since the basis all health is the proper working Iof the digestive organs look first to andbowelsA child should have two full and free Thistas with It comes a clear head a lIght soundIisleepemergency of constipation and Indiges saltsandbecausetried Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It Is beenusingmild pleasanttasting and promptly ef feetive It Is good for you as well as tobetotakeusedItthiswaywhen convinced of Its merits you can andoneofMrofWalnuttheIroneIt YOu are unfortunate enough to have a constipationandfree sample of this remedy pleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absotutelYfree detaiLFororotherwIseRIiOOCaldwelt SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS I Now is the Time to Get Your Guns and Shells 1 For the Dove Season i t filI1everyonestion stand i Dn Shackelford o Co Jas B Parke r i Handles Only the Best in i Groceries Fruits- Vegetables As he sells for CASH ONLY his customers 4 get thebenefit of the lowest prices possibie A Trial Order Will Convince f J You 4f f tri 1 f JAMES B PARKE v CASH ShORE j Staple and Fancy Groceries tPhone 624 FIRST STREET Nfr Jrt t v C t 3s ii rThe Royal t l Hoou o L 1 T Comer Second and Main Te1pheajf Oh The Solid Comfort in a roomy arm chair See those we have They ares simply irresistible in their invitation to sit and rest Mission style if you like it All other kinds as well All kinds of cushions too Suitable for den library youIro EllETTuidHIGGIIS UNDERTAKIN BuyingYour is risky businessrisky to your pocketbook Its r6 idle dream that prices will soon advance You know itso do we Save money by lofting us fill your bins NOW The satisfaction is well worth both tho cost and trouble Telephone 110 JeUicoIIrsale A trial order will convinceyou that oura Is a little better than you have been petting else where and possiblyless Fall Weigi or Coal Forfeited WWJroaddusCo Orchard Street Lime Cement Etc If you are going to sell out and want your goods to bring 11 they are worth get J W Shearer White Hall Ky conluct your sale His narges are reasonable BOOKKEEPINGBusiness TYPEWRITING TELEGRAPHY fOLLEGEFerrerteJU President hu year of experience In mercantile ud banking budges alio 32 year educating 10000 V DOd4ruIWlLBThe above College is incorported 735t Ice cream in any quantity at RiccisIOne fino organ for sale cheap Call atI onto Need the room J R McKinney XU Third St For Rent Elegant flat of three rooms furnished or unfurnished Apply 237 N Second St Telephone 351 tf Skin Diseases Readily Cured by a Simple Home Remedy If you are suffering from any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be permanently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr Perry the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recom for Eczema Blackheads Pim- piesDandrufTetterandotherdiseasesf of the skin and scalp Zemo some remarkable cures and with each f purchase of Zomo Mr Perry will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you can diagnose your own case and bo cured in your own homo without an inconven ience or loss of time from business by this clean simple preparation tf rIra Whats the Ilse ti Yes whats the use of buying a large quaintity of poor slow burning coal Think of the J housewife who has to sit and punch such coal all day and it then almost freeze BUY THE BESTthat is the Celebrated Rich Moun 3 tain Jellico and Straight Cr- eekCoalI frItsalwayathe cheapest for your wifes time js worth much more to her titan the difference in price to you Satisfaction guarafnteedGive- i us a trial order and be con vi need WILLOUGHBYSON Hay a cap Oats Straw ASPBN AVEKVB PMMJt4 z F 1 I Around Town J Try Riccis ice cream tf Things that are too easy to do are seldom worth the effort Only three weeks until tho laundry piano contest closes Swo your coupons for tho Pattio A Clay Infirmary I wish to thank all friends for the Normal City Laundry coupons Mrs Slaybelle Newsom Three pairs of shoes or slippers for the price of one Size 2 212 3 and 3 12 at Rice and Arnolds Sweep Out Sale Miss Hallio Davis aged 1C of Butler county is sneezing herself to death tier malady isbaflling the most eminent physicians Prof J A Sharon of the Normal School will conduct the Estill county Teachers Institute tho last week in August Rev Henry Falconer of Pennsylvania will preach at Second Presbyterian church nest Sunday morning and eveningThe City Council has ordered the construction of concrete side walks in front of ninny residences and other buildings in the city At the regular meeting of the Cily Council Thursday night a number of important ordinances were passed and ordered published Thoso ordinances will be found elsewhere in The Climax We will send the last of the photographs to tho engravers Saturday from which cuts aro to bo made for our Big Industrial Edition Unless yours is in by that time it will be too Into for publi cation Smoke Cuban Club JOc Cuban Star 5c Gladys tho fourmonths old daughter of Mr and Mrs Earnest Ills died Tuesday evening after a prolonged attack of stomach trouble Interment took place Wednesday afternoon in tho Richmond cemetery Mr Cyrus Park of Excelsior Mo writes The Climax as follows Herein find 81 payment for one years sUbscrip- tion for the old home paper I so much enjoy every week Please continue to send The Climax to me Unless you have had your photographs taken this week they will be too late appear in our Big Industrial Edition So decide whether or not you want a photograph taken and if you do notify McQaughey the Photographer at once phono 278 As fall approaches ono naturally thinks of school days Madison Institute the old reliable school on the Hill is in better condition than it ever was for tho comfort and accommodation of its pupils No better school for young women in the South Teachers in this section seem to think that a firstclass certificate is nearly out of reach but in the recent examinations in West Virginia 4910 teachers applied Only fiftyfour first class certificates were granted in the State loss than ono to the county on an average Before you make a contract for a covering for your building find out about CarpenterMorton Roofing It will not crack in cold weather or soften up in hot weather It gives you all the protection that it is possible to got and it is less expensive than any other highgrade roofing material Booklet free Blah ton Conglcton Lumber Co Lost Gold locket plain on one side on the other the initials E E T The inside of tho locket contains pictures of myself and wifo Finder return tome and receive reward EIncrE Tate Ankle Fractured- Mr Hendricks a member of the L Sc A bridge gang suffered a fractured tinkle Monday while working near town lie was taken to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary where he was gives surgical attention and is now resting as comfortably as could be expected DEATHS Mr sad Mrs John Evans ef Psnola have the sympathy of thek friends in the lees of their infant son oa the 30th of July Interment took place in Red InK cemetery Mr Pnwkk Dixon formerly ef Waco Ms eoaaty died last week at Irvine after a long illness Deceased was gixtyfo jr years old His remains wet- eelTeLati Flatwoodr ratjr the MMpiee of the Ifaeoie L 4PV- Jodge and KraW R 8fc k tfora- have tne wry tenderoft eyapstby of their many 1riende in Ike de of theft little MO Omlvt Clay wtwae death oeMtrred yeeUrtay after a brie Uteeae et ooiitte KVarytoIac poaalbie ibt to rituJskill adDUiqgwa dots but all in main This jpnO is indeed a crushing l w 10 ate palliate who found in hfaijfet iMgUght of their hone stay they rfHpi3 tem S rtittMi shows Oagaiag tItM I lt Ih iiiiiiil i 1Clearance Prices onc Mens SuitsWe offer choice of all our finest for A C 1750These suits are the famous Kenton Hand Made Specials thatfor merly sold for 2250 and 2500 Choice of all 1800 and 2000 grades for X1450 H This seasons newest styles perfect fitting and fine Your pick ofaH1500t 1600 and 1700 grades for 1150 i 00 L All 1250 and 1400 Suits for X950 And all 1000 and 1 100 grades fart 750 Cut Prices mean just what they say in a one price store a ii= rrzo w w w rW W BROADDUS COSOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Tho will take all to bo used in our Big this your and so as to be ho comes you may be too lato to have ho cuts as all must be sent to the riot later than 15th Mrs Ed of 331 street is ill at her and will un an for It is not that her is ser ious to her to tho Mrs was Miss Mat tie of this city and is a of Mrs W D Mr J Wm sold his on and to for 1525 to be Jan Mr will at once the ofa on his this city on the 500 of and 23 and out 09 and at in a said big and will bo an to buy at to be by the 16th will be the day of th crop will be at for that time any or al of the la the pool will bo for sale ala If nut at that Ix and put ea t it will be at an The n xnd ii Ana nias awl tag It to the Tke It li wa a liar aad few k ulna 4ep 3 Sa sad j tt o oi it fe the 6fJ nil He held all that rd his and is now a hie rai Mr e fibc from the fair the seven teen year old son of Mr and Mrs Ed met with a in tho of both in his leg the knee Ho was a h o r s o from some cause and the with Mr was to the of his who on tho road near town ho is as well Its bo In The of the P A C use this of on the fact that the by the will close 27th and urge all to pay to the of for the is in this race to win the Not save your own but to all a word in of the are con in the field and it of tlid and all to with vim from now until the close Mrs D will re all at the store of blue was sold by the of and aad be the first ten of A was by a of to seed were i R to wen let and The was f111 for The wtua ene tee the seed aow for t ing for all de very M 375 and tie W aad T Te have ft par lot and and Snvit the ad to call ao4 Mn k for in tl1tt M i C The Best Coal Mined If there Was Any Better We Would Sell It W W BROAUDITS COTelephone 110 135 Orchard Street Richmond Kentucky Get Ready Now McGaughoy Photographer photographs Industrial Edition week Kindly arrange stores offices residences ready when otherwise published photographs engraver Monday August To Operate For Adenoids Moberly West High home dergo operation adenoids thought condition enough warrnat removal hospital Lexington Leader Moberly formerly Ferrill sister OldhamI Residence Spld Wagers Monday through James Hunley beautiful residence corner Third Woodland avenue James Church possession given Wagers begin erection handsome residence farm three miles from Lancaster piko pairs ladies shoed slippery former price 8350 sweep price cents 8110 Rico Arnold Will Be Offered For Sale Monday Paris President Clarcncr Lobus speech tobacco manufacturers littlo given opportunity pooled tobacco prices fixed Burley Tobacco Society August opening when samples placed Lexington inspection andat 1300 ett90pounds offered flied price sold til will withdrawn whet tiwaiarke again incrj Msprke- Worse Than Ananias similarity bawe Caleb Powers Anaiiiac very marked 1dallbi property add brough onlyapartottttoliwpy 1Ard Wbe ktlob ot nilttlsonef trump Patt defray fxpencea trials beJi fiiir solleito- eollectedafter third triaj 1At03 uRN JIUCtJt maltI prwrnt C0tfNM Wayne QttJ OwiMb ttejx RIDGE Painful Accident Befalls Clarence Adams While returning Berca Saturday Clarence Adams Adams painful accident which resulted breaking bones right below driving young which began kicking overturned buggy above result Adams taken home parents reside Tates Creek where resting could expected Contest To Close Three Weeks ladies Infirmary method impressing their friends piano contest conducted Normal City Laundry Saturday August they friends particular attention accumulation coupons Infirmary which piano only coupons speak acquaintances behalf Infirmary There testants behooves every member association friends work renewed GcoI Simmons treasurer gladly ceive coupons hardware Douglas Simmons Deatherage To Deliver Blue Gras Seed Some thirty tlionsaml fbusnoisof grass seed which independents Clark Montgomery SeBrent Brother will delivered days August pool formed number farmers oftheee three counties handle their sueceeeful making an- imtaedintsale BrtIM1md Brother who MtlBf tbtitelvee other parties price realiced AckHvrr price pod delivered Blue trees swd Clean plant wil- lprbabljrang overWin eheter ael8- f rtttUaklltr opeaed drew making Ink rooms over Tats Sons grocery 1IofRiobmood SfadUon county foiftnof orders work 111Ili work pannt8e hessI4 iswrm- School Music All parents who intend to have their children tako piano lessons at the City High School will please notify Miss Harriet Parrish at once As is well known Miss Parrish has been engaged by the Board of Education to have charge of the piano lessons and parents will do well to see Miss Parrish in regard to this work at their earliest convenience tf Woman Arrested On Charge Of Forgery Chief of Police Alltnan arrested Fri day Millie Collins alias Myrtle Daniel on a charge of forgery Tho woman presented a check at the Madison National Bank this city during the month of May for twentyfive dollars bearing tho signature of Tom Daniel of Irvine She secured tho cash and de partedIn the course of time tho check was pronounced by Daniel as a forgery Fridaythe above woman appeared at tho bank with another check for 895 on which payment was refused and Chief Allman was immediately notified of the presence in the city of the Collins or Daniel woman and her arrest followed She waived examination in Police Court Saturday and was held to the grand jury in the sum of 300 Dr Payne Marries In Boston Dr E Goo Payne formerly of the Normal School this city was married Friday in Boston Mass Cbaeernhig the w a special telegram to tIM Courier Journal says With only n few intimate friends present as guests Miss Florence Smith a Boston singer and Dr E George Payne of Kentucky were married quietly late Thursday afternoon at Mount Yemen church in this city The esremonywas performed byIiJoierpuor of the church the Rev Albert Parker Fitch DD preeip dent of Aisdrc Theokgioal School now with Harvard University The bride wait givwi in marriage by her Mffcew Arthur 1 lseyTbe ushers- wore Herbert leas of New York and Ifm Haatioci olUgtoo Dr and Mn Pay o ftreto rfvtj in St Louis in which tiff l layip will occupy tbs cb lro pedagogy aftAjpkyohology at iWTjBBoa ersceneg He wigs formerly tb diEm of the Keatncky BtateNonIIId Soboot atlUefeMMMl yand has n ed if the Univenitiee of Berlin aid BMH atkrW it BWMuaHy gifted notaniy i 0MiMfr VM a wader oi wkad aWU esdli ty uiiet oleilr y tt orClearance Prices on Odd PantsFew tailors can equal the fit of our finer pants All greatly reduced I I 600 700 650 4 95 500 for 395 400 for 295 250 for U5 150 for I25 Clearance Prices On BoyS SuitsYou can afford the boy a new suit at these prices aoo for 550 650 for 475 500 for 395 400 for 295 Boys PantsJlalf Price Big lot Boys 50c50cStraw HatsThrow away the old one and buy a new one at these prices aog for 175 200 for 145 150 for 115 100 for 79c COVINCTON and BANSQUALITYp r Popular Couple Wed In Cin cinnati The marriage of Mr D B Bogasd and Miss Jesse Doty camo as a com pleto surprise to their many friends as no intimation of their intentions was made known They loft last Friday on the 517 L N train for Cincinnati where the ceremony was performed Mr Bogard has resided in Richmond for number of years in the employe of the Richmond Electric Power Co Ho is an expert electrician and a young man of industry and upright moral habits Ho has made many friends hero who wish for him all the happi nesspossible His bride is a daughter of Mr Jesse Doty of Lancaster and is a young woman of unusual bsauty and is possessed of a sweetness of disposition and an affable maimr which endears her to all Until recently she was saleslady at Mr N V Whites dry goods store and numbers her friends by her acquaintances A Successful Business Man Mr W D Oldham and family came over from Richmond Sunday in their new 30 horse power Studebaker auto hisIwell remember that in the spring of 1881 twentynine years ago when Will Oldham as a boy of about 10 years of age entered the employ of James H AroM who at that time conducted the biggest general store in the capital of Madison By his energy and natural adaptability to the business Mr Old hisses soon forged te the fr ntandit was only a few years until he was In business for himself Without capital to amount to anything and without financial backing he opened up a store and by cerieot business methods and hueiMng qualities rarely equaled he seon btttlt urj an Immense trade and sow owns and opnduotc one ettfee largest geaerat Morns in Riohmoad ants a man of wealth and infuses Mr pitlftiinls saee M ie hut another evideaee ntwhata poor yawl man of pttMk anil ability and ea 1eanao wnpH hi Mr JCcKenoey f the firm ofMaKenaey tkBaatallt of eeorge Sori vref the goriTMn irf Sorivnet Bm fIl Wtooherter H aSMpp of fib ft III C Shipp 00 of- Anda both CJurlM J0IdA B Oldham e1 thIs city Miy Mowaf ul tajisiMM nun Fpiag u4 p ibobc Drams D wfch W D OUtaH4at 1ijc ialesatt u t tr r Arts 4 Sixa3 twrt a t i Free Tuition In Normal School Saturday Aug 13 is the day on which appointments to free scholarship in the State Normal School will be made In order to be eligible for appointment the applicant must be sixteen years of ago a resident of Madison county and must hold a orteachersdoes not possess diploma or certificate uppliIcantsoffice of the Superintendent of County Schools Aug 13 at 10 oclock a m Drowned in Iowa Mr Bruce Buliington aged twenty years was drowned Sunday at Des Moines Iowa where ho was engaged in newspaper work No particulars fur ther than the mere fact of his death have been learned Deceased was a nephew of Mr A J Suit of this city whom he has frequently visited His body will bo brought here for interment Until recently tho Buflingtpns resided in North Middcllown but left there to take up school work in Indiana The bereaved mother of the young man is with her brother Mr Suit on Glyndon avenue while Prof Butllngton has gone to Des Moines to accompany the remains to this city We are unable to state when the funeral and interment will take plac- eFormally Announces For Governor- It was with genuine pleasure and satisfaction that Kentucky Democrats learned of the formal announcement cf Senator J B McCrcary for Governor which was made last w ek It was only after repeated and urgent calls from every section of the state that he would become tike standard bearer in the next state election that he decided toreenter politics and becomo a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor Senator McCrcary is a born leader and he expects to wage a vigorous campaign for the nomination and will speak in every county in the State lIe is looked upon- as the one who can restore Kentucky- from Republican rule and It was only after ho was fully convinced that the party wanted him that ho decided to make the race Ills headquarters have been opened here Senator McCrearys formal announcement is as follows To the democrats of Kentucky I have received so many letters reduest mg me to announce that I am a candi date for Governor and so many Democrats have in person said to me that if I am nominated I will have tho unan- Imous support of the Democrats of Kentucky and such a largo number of newspapers have published editorials suggesting and indorsing me as a proper candidate for Governor subject to the action of the Democratic party 1 believe the party which has honored me so often and to which I hose belonged all my life and whose prin ciples I have ever advocated and up held is entitled to my best service- wheneverneeaed or demanded I have always been la favor of straight pure Democracy lw and order honesty and economy in public admiafotratioa and educational ad vancement and my record and my efforts to servo the people faithfully and effietaMitt 1 and believe are well known to the Peftpleof Kentucky Mahe ptwprr 1lag llIftaI1be pleas ed touwke peech 6 in be lofPinn ooratic priwjiplw and aemecrsticingov ernment and Denoeratto yiitorffu lvpartial u8taeandin every county ifdsird ardlwm be very yrateiul for U of iDy1 r DesoooraU glbmond Ky Aug 1910 SiCM- dJAJUS B DCazn I will g stl7 apprscla4 yssi N City Laoadry OOHDOQS tf not toeibotw Ito MpNit J T itJ Ready for Business We have received our fresh new stock of GroceriesIand extend a cordial invitation to tho public to call and see us We also have daily FRESH VEGETABLES in fact everything to be found in a first class grocery Call and inspect our goods and we are confident you will give us a share of your business lackey d Todd Telephone t201eraHouse Building Like a Sailor Just Home from a long voyage is the way some men spend their money They would not do it if they had an account at the State Bank Trust Co A check book doesnt burn holes in pockets like cash and besides a man with a blank account gets a feeling of pride in seeing how big a balance ho can keep Try it Have Your Photographs for the Big Industrial Edition MADE NOW McGaughey the Photographer The Little Girl of Today is tho housewife of the future That r why wo treat oven the littlest girl with consideration Sho never gets scolded for bringing home poor MEATfif she gets it at this market Wo dont keep poor meat at all so wo couldnt give it to her ii wo wanted to which wo dont So send your littlo sirlif you cannot come yourself C C CULTONSuccessor to Douglas to Culton 231 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 125 ArCooler That Cools and that quenches the thirst invigorates the system awl kills that tired feeling is what our soda water doers The best drink lot lipi weather ever devised All tite aaiwp of rV fine chtvmpagpe wii ogif its 1te ting and iiu U xtofttt f rc hu1t ftl r u HLPERFWttretlPHONE 76 MAINST t J rfhb iMtiw A clean- Sweep SALE need anything in and Childrens Low Shoes strap pumps ribbon Call and all in fabrics etc save money us get W D OLURAM AND COMPANY ARE i YOUInterested in Lumber Lath Shingles Sash Etc If so see ToddEdwards Lumber Co Phone j 00 Corner Main Orchard Richmond K1 The Best in Jewelrydom 1InvitesYou to This We gathered from everywhere good and well Today we are your opinion of our stock as a whole Wo ask for criticismsrequest your critical looking And when you have seen and bought wo are sure you will carry away an impression that will be surb to bring you back Its your privilege to buy or look just as you pleaseand if you only look youre welcome L Ee LANEBig Watch Sign 210 Street r r JBallardSs Snow Liniment Positively Cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Lame Back Old Wounds Sprains Bruises etc It a Trial and be Convinced Three Sizes Price 25 50c 100 LINIMENT CO ProprIetorST OURI Sold and Recommended b HL FOR SALE A handsome bran new residence on Woodland avenue one of the most streets in Richmond Ky dud contains 3 rooms hall upstairs and 4 rooms hall kitchen pantry front back porch a splendid cellar with concrete floor well drained good coal house stable out buildings All the wood work on interior of house in natural wood and rooms are hand paperedFor particulars call on W L LEEDSA- T THE SAME PLACE WOODLAND AVENUE RICHMOND KENTUCKY When You See Yourself in one or mCWi hkof Jewelry bought here yoarighttobpedo- fyour appcariM Fetw1dM lyxtlity 1sa priMe CEMitiliitieRwitkMat1M beutyi eqay upaTbt I s whyi siMwM oito 1OUr jWelry at s4os Tjwtiat leokc M g od MitiadIuUILou F 41YE4G3jt- N bIi citr6 xrTucxt A Dollar Saved as a 1ollar Earned jMen are Saving DolJar- sGettingjust the right Suit tkis time of yeaivSuits too lor the balance of the summer and early fall Youll never buyiKsuits aijaiji like these for such little prices Finish theiseason looking weIJ dressed and have and almost new suit next Spiibg 500 and 1800 Suits ii 1275 T 2000 and 2250 Suits 1575 2500 and 2800 StifS 5 1975 3000 and 3500 2575 We are still making cut prices in all departments to close up all spring and summer goods before our fall season begins Our stocks have been replenished with many new novelties and desirable stuff for your outing troussau Goods at reduced prices by us and extremely low prices will be named on them for your benefit If you Mens Ladies in ankle and ties secuswe have the new things novelties neckwear hosiery wash You can by buying from Come in and posted Repectfully Doors Store asking Main Give and BALLARD SNOW PERRY beautiful and and and other is finished somely tfck Jfor Suits and bought Decide Yourself The Opportunity Is Here Backed by Richmond Testimony Dont take oar word for it Dont depend on a strangers statement Read Richmond endorsement Rend the statements of Richmond citizensAnd decide for yourself Here is one case of it Mrs J W Pumphroy Danville St LahcasterTCy says My experience with Doans Kidney Pills leads me to believe that they live up to the claims made for them I suffered a great deal from backache and at night could not sleep On several occasious mv back became so painful and weak that I was unable to attend to my housework Being advised to give Doans Kidney Pills a trial I did so Thev helped me from the first and had I continued taking them long enough I believe they would have effected a complete cure I was compelled however to discontinue the use of this remedy for a time hut again taking it and am cer tain it will soon rid me entirely of kid ney trouble For sale by all dealers Price CO cis FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans sid take no other jylm Dan H Breck life fire and accident insurance tf How to Cure Eczema Pimples and Dandruff Wo desire to say that when wo took the agency for ZEMO wo were convinced that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases Wo are pleased to state that we shall continue tho agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommended Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for extermal use Zomo effects its cures by drawing to tho surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leav ing the skin clear and healthy It does not soil tho clothing or linen and can be used freely on infants With every purchase wo give a book let on skin diseases explaining in simple words how any person can be cured at home of any form of rjcm or scalp diseases by this clean scientific remedy tf Perrys Drug Store Mrs Maude Mackey Walk ers Hair Dressing Parlor Come in and have your hair dressed in tho newest style braids and puffs made to order Braids restored to natural color Highest prices paid for combings Two doprs above Stocktons drug store on Main street Office phono 545 rcsidence202 Mo A Weakling i t the only way to describe the poor child that is afflicted with worms No matter how much or how often it eats the worms get all tne nourishment from the food the child gets practical ly none Whites Cream Verinifujje gets rid of the worms quickly easily and with no bad after eflects Price 25 cents a bottle Sdby II L Perry alm For Sale 1 have several good building lots for sale located on Lancaster and Breck Ave location drainage cct the very best Most dcsirablp for apartment house or living residence Any one in terested in purchase please call on the owner Mrs J M Bright or her son Dr Bright tf Baby Morphine Fiends- are made by all soothing syrups and baby medicines that contain opium atttl iiarcctics McGeefl Baby Elixir crmtaiHsno injurious or tlcdruJ8 of asy kind A ears atj1 ere for s4ioinieht frt funees pleBdid fm ttethliitlant8 Sold byH L Pertha1 V 1ndErets btpolio 4 Active at 87 This would uotixj tmuiMal awa if men thnie5freasd patM M mil aabsp4 g tMr m ug- Miji Mpta Hmbw i- 4itw1am Bdlardi I JlerrJ t f or Iowa the throat of a sraioC chicken destroys the WOFM nod saves the cWckU lite A few drops in the drteklae water aeci F For the tre ment of White Diarrhoea eMnV sod Blaclshcad and other diseases ia tnrkeyfr BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL One SOc bottle makes IZaatfeasof mcdtetae FOR SALE BY HENRY L PERRY Richmond Ky The Court Continued from Pago 1 Their interest in the pure administra tionof to impel them to frown upon such practices nhd re fuse to acceptsuch aid in the trial of their cases Then their selfish inter cats ought to cause them to condemn the loppyists and his methods for un less a halt is called on such practices simply play second fiddle to tho lobbyists and be able to secure for his financial reward only the gleanings after the lobbyist has harvested and secured tho richest part of the fees Public sentiment should be first ap pealed to and if that does not alford relief tho old Common Law offense of Embracery should bo revived and vigorously applied There has been but one reference to that crime by our appellate court and that was almost a cantury ago It then approved tho definition of the crime gwen by the oldest law writers as follows Em bracery as whore one attempts to corrupt influence or instruct a jury or anyway to incline them to be more favorable to the one side or the other by money letters promises threats or persuasions except only by the strength of evidence and tho argu ments of counsel in open court at tho trial of tho cause so also by labouring a juror to appear and act according to conscience or by indirect means as where persons procure themselves or others to be sworn on a jury to servo Iho one side Let the motto of the Kentucky State Bar Association for tho next year be The Court House Lobby Must Bo De strayed and it will not bo necessary in the future to inveigh against this evil practice which is corrupting the you as their follows do Congress and the Legislatures of tho states by ask are you going to do about thorn know that you are engaged in a war upon their avocation which will not cease until you have driven them out of tho temples of justice Drive them out of your court houses as did Ho who said make not my Fathers house an house of mer chandise This paper has grown to an inordi nate length but tho time was ripe for a warning of danger to be given and for an appeal for tho preservation of the jury system by showing how its existing defects may be remedied and how the chief danger to it may be avoided to be made to the law makers and law expondcrs of the state and to those citizens of the state who are devoting their lives to a business to which the jury system bears so im portant and so intimate a relation Given an honest jury freed from all influences and we can all pay it the tribute so deservedly paid it by the Supremo Court of our land when it said Twelve men of the average of the community comprising men of education and men of little education men of learning and men whose learning consists only in what they have themselves seen and heard tho merchant the mechanic tho farmer the laborer these sit to gether consult apply their separate experience of the affairs of life to the facts proven and draw a unanimous conclusion This average judgment thus given it is the great effort of the law to obtain It is assumed that twelve men know more of the common affairs of life than docs one man that they can draw wiser and safer conclu sions from admitted facts thus occur ing than can a single Judge at Home Lots of men and women who are agreeable with others get cranky nt home Its not disposition its the liver If you find in yourself that you feel cross around the house little things worry you just buy a bottle of Ballards Herbine and putyonr liver in shape You and everybody around you will feel better for it CO cents a bottle Sold by H L Perry a 1m Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more but Stockton son 24nly Take 1 ONE DfiOP BOURBON POUlTRY- CURE REVEISTS DISEASE House Lobby Justicobuglit alreadyIn systemDo int1mt contaminating Disagreeable u IirUJJA I Administrator of thE estate of Gee iillici deeead I will soil at paMte auction on the premises at 10 su HJJ on Wednesday Sept 7j 1919 tlio fol10wingproporfy Two Tracts of Land Ono known as the Tilda Million tract bordering on the Tales Greek pike anti composing 07 acres On this land is a good five room residence tobacco and stock hams is well watered abou stx miles from Richmond and within 200 yards of railroad station Tract 102 known as the John Million tract borders on Crulcher pike and contains C8 acres with three room residence stock barn anti is well watered Farm JCo 1 will bo sold in tlree1ct fillld1osldencocontaining 82 acres known as the Rich MapleGroveknown as tho John Kanatzer place also bordering on the Maple Grove pike and lands of Rufus Jenkins Then above thobAt same time and place will also sell the following Stokand Crop Twoyearold colt 2yearold work mul 5Jenr old work mule pair 4year old work mules 1 aged work mule 3 yearold jennet and about 100 barrels of cornTERMSLand will bo sold for one half cash January 1 1911 when possession will bo given the remainder in two yearsthointerestfromJanuary land until all purchase money and in terest is paid Bond will be required of paymentTermsknown on day of sale Thos Jenkins Admr PArmerB mechanics reiroaders laborers rely on Dr Thomas Eclectic Oil Takes the sting ont of cuts burns or bruises at one Pain cannot stay where it is used a ni Wanted Boarders or roomers at 218 Collins Street 5 t Generally debilitated for years had sick headaches lacked ambition was worn ont and all rundown Burdock Blood Bitters made me a well woman Mrs Chas Freitoy Moosup Conn alm Commissioners Sale of About 400 Acres of Valua ble Land at Richmond Kentucky Monday Sept 5 1910 at 2 oclock p m about 400 acres of land owned by James AV Smith in his life time This land is situated on the Brookstown pike about nine milo from Richmond and about two miles from Red House a station on tho L N and is now rented to G B Turley Jr and is strong fertile land nearly all in grass It is one of the best watered farms in Madison county and i improved by two tenant houses one now tobacco barn a farm barn and other outbuildings and there is a school and church in the neighborhood Possession will be given January 1st lUll and the farm will be sold on a credit of onehalf in one year and one half in two years with interest at the rate of six per cent from date of sale Tho purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase money bearing G per cent interest from day of sale The land be surveyed before sale This land is not in the hands of any real estate dealer and any information desired will be given by Mrs J W Smith of Richmond Ky T H collins Special Commissioner THJtTES Cream Vermifuge TilE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TuNIC OF IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PACPARCO ONLY BallardSnow Liniment COST LOUIS MO Sold by HENRY L PERRY Smart ClothesF- or Ladies and Misses will be found in rlI Sf Readytowear Parlor d In Building withllr P J Yeagers Jewelry Store 218 West Slain Slroot Come Invillbe glad to show you my now line of Ladies ReadYto ear IQ the Latest Styles and Materials When you get niy prices they will surprise you and youll comeback again Why Suffer iLre you one of the thousands of women wKo suffer from female ailments If Ifso dont be discdu OfCarduLDuring the last half century Cardui has been remedyfOrcontains no harmful ingredients and can be dependr ed on in almost any case CARDUFllWuIll o Mrfc tSafloj BraggofSrjInd tried CtaL SKe joeIfeforeyourediciLe1rTrA1T ALL DRUG 8TOBKS i Pongee Shirts A beautiful line of Mens Pongee Shirts with turnback cuffs and collar attached White and tan in plain and fancy patterns The ideal sum mer shirt for work or vacation wear Regular 125 values our price 9Se Mens Athletic Underwear Snort sleeve shirts knee drawers Regular 35c quality our price 25 cents garment Otis balbriggan underwear 5Ocquality at39c Elastic seam drawers in white 50c grade at39c Tennis Shoes and Low Cuts for men women and children 0p4 c 0C rz1 nnnmnnnnnnnn IL EL EMILL WORK INTERIOR TRIMSV LUlII H ERThe quality of everything you buy is guaranteed by us We spare no effort in making our building mater ials the best Blanton=Congleton Lumber CO I corUorale I Successors to Ed Blanton Co Near L A Depot Telephone 425 Beef Clubs Farmers Butchers =NOTICEI am paying highest cash prices for Hides and Tallow Also Wool Will treat you right Ring phone 363 M WIDESRICHMOND KENTUCKY Rural TelephonesM- r Farmer Make your home as modem for your family as a city ret donee and place yoursalf in a position to get the latest market quotations a any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service whict you and your neithb r can git for a sum that is small compared with the bene headquartersNasJ1iIIlrate If at present you are not enjoying telephone service we can MississippiLouisiana EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO Incorporated 130 130 ITV Lackey Colyer Telephone 282 We will on Oct 1 st 1910 give away one ful Leathertrimmed Rubber Tire buggy valued at 1 00 Also a handsome set of Harness with rolled lines and open rolled Bridal valued at 30 This is no humbug Ife is a fair deal and legitimate it clearly establishes our appreciation of your trade We will give to each and every purchasera ticketfor every 10 wortapf trade with us Each ticket will represent a shot at the Buggy and Harness on the day of the drawing Oct 1st 1910 We further propose to sell you any article in our hue of aJjb aVjBscouni below the customary prices This offer wjll iya you money when you call in and make you money before you go out See our circulars for full expla nation plenty of them at our office Read Czitefulythe Articles b1owVHorse collars Back Bands Fnt mind Br 1s ltjiDg 1Qa1 nese Dlve1Iarncss S9yey Pad k etc t u to BuUies ojumbulIlktgl iy r rB A Bu1 Kimsn Bugfie 1 Pet Bugrtoc nil medium Bufgi Biraak GwU VtRoa4Wae dtlrrg k ltwbbrc Ike beep it Oft 1tiCkHII Fj7 Bee Skeh1 t4i kit wv Bjf y trfmaaw High tIe Paia yiir tbahb apespluM sj b t w odt1yVr441rVaVadV hiisth l ese Send k youV torPainting dVI arIyw I 3J kAW C rP rO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR New Fall Clothing which is arriving daily we have greatly reduced Qur prices on all summer goods These suits are blue serge gray and black worsted plain and fancy patterns While classed as summer they- are really all season suits and can be worn the year roundV2000 Suits for men at y 1498 800 suits for men at 1248 1 500 Suits for men at i000Suitsformenat 998 r 7 48 i 1F oJ i fil l An Elegant Line of + ODD PANTS Qat prices that will surprise you en MM We Sell and Guarantee Wimderliose p 4 pprs wear 4 months without mendin- g4pairsinbox j 1 per Box J R Go Corsetsl fi ff Mc CairPatterns JiOand 15 cents 500 Ladies Vests 8 13c quality 2 4 cts Regular 12 l2c Ladies Vests all sizes 8 cents 200 pairs Ladies Sample Shoes and Slippers at 98 cents pair nnnn Mowers and Rakes TheVWalter A Wood it iareinterestedcontrolled by the Trust Douglas Simmons Oeafage EVERYTHING DT Hardware Implements Roofing and Guttering New Place on Second Street Telephone 20 The most inviting place in Richmond during the warm weather isV Riais Ice Cream PARLOR t Candies Fruits and Vegetables fresh froth the best markets dailyVMeals served any hour day or nighll Have Fifty Bran New Silk Dresses VwJustin750 to p3000 I d in Taffeta Foulards and Tussa and Rajah They were sent here to sell at the price Come jumpingC L tsdfGooc1TI111g s M tfevil IIcJ JI B Walker asr ff JJjf 1 1 1 J ti byMrs best j torithe iti 11 11Vtj fy